Shabaash Mithu Vs Hit Box office: Rajkummar Rao is a 'hit' ahead of Taapsee Pannu's 'Balle', know the first day earnings of both the films

Shabaash Mithu vs Hit The First Fall Box Office Collection Day 1: This year has not been good at all for Bollywood films.One after the other the series of flops continues.This week’s release didn’t show anything special either.The first day’s earnings of Rajkumar Rao’s film ‘Hit: The First Case’, which according to Stree is yearning for a hit film, have also disappointed.If this film also remains a flop, it will be Raj Kumar Rao’s ninth flop in a row.Rajkummar Rao’s hit The First Fall released Taapsee Pannu also knocked on the door this Friday with her film Shabash Mithu. Taapsee’s previous films were released on OTT so obviously expectations would have been higher than for this film, but the fate of this biography of cricketer Mithali Raj looks worse than Rajkummar Rao’s hit. At least considering their poor opening, it doesn’t feel wrong to say that both Taapsee and Rajkumar disappointed audiences.Hit: The First Case brought in so many crores As far as Hit: The First Case is concerned, this film is a Hindi remake of a famous Telugu psychological thriller film of the same name. Alongside Rajkumar Rao, Sanya Malhotra also stars in the film.According to reports from Pinkvilla, the hit barely grossed 1 crore in theaters on its first day.On the other hand, it has also started to increase that Hindi audiences are losing interest in the remakes of South Indian hit films.This is why Shahid Kapoor’s Jersey, Shilpa Shetty’s Nikamma collapsed at the box office.Taapsee Pannu also faded Taapsee Pannu’s Shabaash Mithu wasn’t much liked at the box office either.Due to its poor performance, the film took in an opening of just 40 lakhs.Taapsee Pannu gave her life to make the film work.The reviews were also well received, but audiences didn’t reach the theaters.Although there is still a full weekend left, the film Shabash Mithu’s box office is expected to skyrocket somewhat on Saturday and Sunday.

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